India
by ELENA on MAY 16, 2007 - 12 Comments in SOLAR


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Environmentalists see India as potentially a huge contributor to carbon dioxide emissions as it strives to industrialize. But optimists say India has huge untapped solar energy thanks to its location, just waiting to be exploited.

India receives solar energy equivalent to nearly 5,000 trillion kWh/year, which is far more than the total energy consumption of the country today. By contrast, it produces a negligible amount of solar energy for use – a mere 0.2% of total energy resources.

However, dreams of a solar future for India may be premature. It is encouraging to see that it

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12 comments

1 KAPIL { 09.27.09 at 2:48 pm }

give me details about solar energy.solar products also.
good companies in solar energy for franchise

2 nilesh paliwal { 11.25.09 at 2:47 am }

please give me detail of government soler energy schemes

3 g.viswanathan { 12.19.09 at 1:04 pm }

welcome Information and project report for thin film PV solor power farm in 10 acres land where sun is abailable 300 days a year near vellore

4 Arvind kumar singh { 01.23.10 at 6:52 am }

I LIKE TO PROMOTION OF SOLAR POWER IN INDIA.

5 pkkaushal { 04.16.10 at 7:14 am }

That s great Let us combine all our resources and realise dream and improve quality of life of last person living in remote corner of India and I can see Solar power can play great role

6 R.Murlidhar { 06.26.10 at 6:44 pm }

Interested in workingout Solar energy projects where wast area of land is available in states Andhra,Karnataka and Tamilnadu

7 R.Murlidhar { 06.26.10 at 6:50 pm }

Capacity to invest for acquiring land is available with forgighn investments.

8 Anil Kumar Lakhina { 06.26.10 at 7:37 pm }

National Solar Mission has created huge optimism and a plan for producing 20GW of solar power by 2020. A huge organized effort is required to translate intentions into reality. The National Solar Authority must arrive and push the on and off grid solar plans to implementation.

9 Surya Prakash { 08.18.10 at 10:12 am }

Would like to involve in solar energy products , which will reduce global warming and have an interest to start something to do about solar powers.
PLs give details for successful solar cells.

10 Dr.P.Hari Sankar { 12.26.10 at 9:14 pm }

It is very interesting to promote solar power in india for rural uplift ment and use solar power for agriculture. I am a resident of India and staying at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. I am a retired Principal of Degree and Junior Colleges with a M.Phil and Doctorate in Engineering Mathematics and Applied Mathematics respectively. If am given the necessary land by the government of India or Andhra Pradesh, I am ready to commit my self for the said mission and if necessary I am even ready for any training to be undertaken for the purpose in India or abroad on deputation by the Government. I request proper guidance and assistance for fulfilling my wish.
With regards,
Dr.P.Hari Sankar, M.Sc (Applied Mathes.)., M.Phil (Engineering Mathes.)., Ph.D(Applied Mathes.)
Retired Principal, Hindustan Shipyard Degree & Jr.Colleges. D.No.10-2-3, Tirumala Heights, Flat No.405, Siripuram, Visakhapatnam -3. (Pin Code – 530003)

11 rakesh { 01.18.11 at 5:29 am }

give me detail who intersted solar power plant in gujarat which compny will intersted in gujarat and how much land is required for one solar power plant minimum please sand me detail

12 pinal patel { 01.18.11 at 5:41 am }

i have a land 100000 acre in gujarat for solar power plant this land is ideal for solar power plant & it is chep to mo no 9727753694

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